Madeleine Albright’s funeral, Elon Musk buys Twitter, and the Coach Kennedy religious liberty case
In this episode, Brent and Lindsay discuss the Coach Kennedy religious liberty case, Madeleine Albright’s funeral, and the economy. They also talk about Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter, the U.S. and the end of the pandemic phase of COVID-19, and Oklahoma’s ban on abortion after 6 weeks. ERLC ContentChelsea Patterson Sobolik with Explainer: What you should know about religious liberty and the Coach Kennedy caseHannah Daniel with USCIRF releases 2022 annual report on international religious freedomCarissa Early with When home isn’t safe: A review of “When Home Hurts: A Guide for Responding Wisely to Domestic Abuse in Your Church”CultureBiden, Obama, Clintons speak at funeral for Madeleine Albright, first female secretary of state | Richard Land with What Secretary Albright modeled for us: The calling of our time to become peacemakersEconomy shrinksElon Musk buys Twitter, says it should be neutral | Axios follow-upFauci says U.S. is transitioning out of 'pandemic phase'Oklahoma passed Texas-style 6-week ban | BP rundown on states enacting pro-life lawsLunchroomLindsay: Brian Regan I Walked On The Moon - YouTubeBrent: The Cost of Zoom: Innovation?Connect with us on Twitter@ERLC@LeatherwoodTN@LindsNicoletSponsorsDobbs Resource Page Prayer Guide | Right now, the Supreme Court is considering a major Mississippi abortion case called Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The ERLC and other pro-life organizations filed an amicus brief in this case urging the Supreme Court to overturn the disatrous Roe v. Wade decision. Members of our team also joined pro-life advocates on the steps of the Supreme Court when oral arguments were heard last December. As we approach the Supreme Court’s final decision in June of this year, it’s important for Christians to pray for this landmark case and begin preparing our churches to serve vulnerable women and children in a potential post-Roe world. Download our free prayer guide at ERLC.com/Dobbs.Dobbs Resource Page | Many Christians are aware that an important case about abortion is being decided at the Supreme Court this June. But for many, this case is confusing and wrapped in a lot of legal jargon. The ERLC wants to help with that, so we’ve created a resource page that will help you and your church understand what this case means, what could happen if Roe v. Wade is overturned, and how your church can prepare to serve vulnerable women and children in the aftermath. To learn more about the Dobbs case and how you can pray, visit ERLC.com/Dobbs.
Today the heights of Washington paid tribute to a titan of American diplomacy, as presidents and diplomats past and present gathered at the funeral of Madeleine Albright, the first female secretary of state. Instrumental in leading the U.S. and NATO allies to ending the genocide in Bosnia, she was the one who termed America the indispensable nation. Active and incisive to the last, in February - just one month before her death - Albright wrote an essay in the New York Times about Putin and Ukraine, warning that "invading Ukraine would ensure Mr. Putin's infamy by leaving his country diplomatically isolated, economically crippled and strategically vulnerable in the face of a stronger, more united Western alliance." At 84, she was prescient as ever, and President Biden paid tribute to this trailblazing woman at today's funeral. Christiane was also in attendance, so we take a look back at some of her interviews with Secretary Albright, which could scarcely be more relevant today. Also in today's episode: US Ambassador Michael Carpenter, Russian economist Sergei Guriev, author Juliette Kayyem. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
In this week’s episode of Let’s Get Civical, Lizzie and Arden honor Madeleine Albright, the first female Secretary of State! Join them as they talk about her early life, her time as Secretary of State, and her thoughts for the future! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @letsgetcivical, @lizzie_the_rock_stewart, and @ardenjulianna. Or visit us at letsgetcivical.com for all the exciting updates! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Freedom Must Still Be Defended: Remembering Madeleine Albright
Just the Right Book with Roxanne Coady
With Madeleine Albright's passing, we thought it might be useful, interesting, even fun to revisit our conversation with the American diplomat and political scientist from January of 2019, when her latest book came out called Fascism: A Warning. This conversation, given what's going on in the world today with Ukraine and the role of NATO, provides insights into the foreign policies over the last 50 years that might have contributed or mitigated the aggression we're now seeing by Russia. So while the conversation is from three years ago, Madeleine Albright had a lot to share that is extremely pertinent to what we're seeing today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We’re celebrating the life of the late Madeleine Albright this week with an encore of her 2008 City Arts & Lectures appearance.. Madeleine Albright was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia in 1937. She and her family were refugees who fled Nazi invaders, eventually emigrating to the US in 1948. Albright went on to earn 8 academic degrees, including both a master’s and doctorate from Columbia University. Her tenacity and flair for foreign policy led Bill Clinton to appoint her as the first female Secretary of State. During her tenure, Albright concentrated on a bipartisan approach to foreign policy, which made her remarkably popular both at home and abroad. Albright died on March 23, 2022, at the age of 84. On October 13, 2008, Madeleine Albright came to the Herbst Theater in San Francisco to be interviewed on stage by Roy Eisenhardt. She had just published “Memo to the President-Elect”.
In honor of Madeleine Albright's passing, we're replaying this impactful interview we had with her in April 2020.This week, Kate and Doree are joined by former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, who discusses the importance of friendship, the power of recognizing ”I” before “we,” fashion as self-care, how she’s redefining what it means to be an extrovert in this socially distanced time, and her book, Hell and Other Destinations. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright talks with former Dutch foreign minister and Vice President of the European Commission, Frans Timmermans, about how the current state of world leadership inspired her most recent book, the ominously titled: Fascism: a Warning. This was recorded in front of an audience in 2018 at the Muziekgebouw aan het IJ in cooperation with the European Commission. The evening was moderated by Juurd Eijsvoogel of the Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad. “Fascism: a Warning” is published by HarperCollins in the United States and by De Arbeiderspers in the Netherlands.Previous Interviews with Madeleine Albright at the John Adams: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4kr4A1poUQ&feature=emb_logohttps://www.john-adams.nl/madeleine-albright-3/https://www.john-adams.nl/madeleine-albright/Support the show
Replay: Episode 119: It's Never Too Late with Madeleine Albright
Hi Babies! We are off this week and will be replaying some of our favorite Forever35 episodes.This week, Kate and Doree are joined by former Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright, who discusses the importance of friendship, the power of recognizing ”I” before “we,” fashion as self-care, how she’s redefining what it means to be an extrovert in this socially distanced time, and her new book, Hell and Other Destinations. Plus, Kate decides to get down with foot care, and Doree does some nesting in her office.To leave a voicemail or text for a future episode, reach them at 781-591-0390. You can also email the podcast at firstname.lastname@example.org.Visit forever35podcast.com for links to everything they mention on the show.Follow the podcast on Twitter (@Forever35Pod) and Instagram (@Forever35Podcast) and join the Forever35 Facebook Group (Password: Serums). Sign up for the newsletter! At forever35podcast.com/newsletter.This episode is sponsored by:ATHLETIC GREENS - Visit athleticgreens.com/forever35 to take control of your health and give AG1 a try today.BETTER HELP - Get 10% off your first month with the discount code FOREVER35. Go to betterhelp.com/FOREVER35 to get started today.MILK + HONEY - Use code FOREVER35 for 20% off your next order at milkandhoney.com.LITERATI - Reimagine what a book club can be. Redeem your FREE trial at Literati.com/F35.JENNI KAYNE - Get 15% off your first order at jennikayne.com when you use code FOREVER35 at checkout.CADDIS - Save $10 on your order at caddislife.com with code FOREVER10. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
“Retirement is a Four Letter Word” with Madeleine Albright
70 Over 70
Darryl Cox explains why he’s not ready to retire from his 43-year-long career as a London taxi driver. Then Max talks with Madeleine Albright, the former US Secretary of State, about what she calls “the human part” of that job—the great friendships she made over her career and the importance of empathy in that role—and why she hates being 84 years old. --Know someone who should be on 70 Over 70? We’re looking for all types of stories and people to feature at the top of the show. To nominate yourself or someone else, email email@example.com or call 302-659-7070 and tell us your name, age, where you’re from and what you want to talk about. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this special episode from the National Democratic Institute’s Changing the Face of Politics podcast, Julia interviews Secretary Madeline Albright, Former Secretary of State to the United States and Chairman of the National Democratic Institute Board of Directors. They discuss Madeleine’s experience as a leader in politics and diplomacy, and cover everything from her gender equality advocacy, what it was like to forge the path as the first female Secretary of State, great life regrets, motherhood, and of course her famous quote, “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.” “Some people that feel inadequate press that inadequacy on other women. So, one can blame men for everything, but I do think that we also bear some responsibility in seeking to do more than is evident at the time.” Madeleine Albright.https://www.ndi.org/changing-face-politics-podcastIf you enjoyed this episode or any others, please rate and review us on your preferred podcast provider. It really helps us reach more listeners with our message of a more gender-equal world. Any earnings from the podcast go back into funding for the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership, furthering the work we do to create a world in which being a woman is not a barrier to becoming a leader. Sign up to receive updates and event invitations from the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.